Chiara Ferragni and Italian rapper Fedez have chosen Sicily as the site of their highly anticipated wedding this weekend. On Thursday, crowds of people filled the streets in anticipation of the Milan- and Los Angeles–based couple's arrival. (It's basically the Italian royal wedding.)
Earlier this week, Ferragni confirmed to her 14 million Instagram followers that she'd be wearing a custom Dior couture wedding gown designed by Italian Creative Director Maria Grazia for the nuptials, and we have a hunch that the weekend (wedding day included) will be filled with more than a few outfit changes. For the rehearsal dinner, she's wearing a custom Prada minidress that was essentially made for KiraKira. She also just announced that her bridesmaids would be wearing custom Alberta Ferretti for the wedding. Additionally, as if Ferragni weren't having a busy enough time already, she announced this week that she started filming a documentary about her life the day before her wedding festivities started. Impressive, even for the most famous influencer on the planet.
While many celebrity weddings are shrouded in secrecy, Ferragni, Fedez, and their baby, Leo, live their lives on Instagram, so there is and will be plenty of wedding content for the world to see, not to mention the fact that they'll have a slew of Insta-famous friends in attendance. And speaking of content, it's already well documented that the red (well, pink) carpet is really being rolled out. A private jet (equipped with a Chiara Ferragni costume character) was chartered to take the couple's guests from Milan to Noto, Sicily. It's shaping up to be one of the biggest events of the year—or decade.
Read on for all of the Instagrams from the incredibly stylish wedding weekend of Chiara Ferragni and Fedez, which we'll dutifully be updating as the #TheFerragnez festivities continue on.
Update: Ferragni just walked down the aisle wearing the aforementioned Dior wedding gown, and it's fit for a princess. (Fitting for the "Italian royal wedding".) It features an elegant lace bodice with long sleeves and a high neck (it was actually a romper) and a full tulle skirt with a high slit worn over it. The pair exchanged Pomellato diamond and rose and white gold wedding rings. Ferragni's second wedding dress is a tulle gown, also by Dior, covered in embroidered song lyrics and symbols that represent Ferragni and Fedez. She later swapped the full skirt out for a shorter one. Following the wedding, Launchmetrics reports that new data shows that the wedding earned Dior $5.2 million in "audience-driven Media Impact Value". (Money well spent.) See both dresses below.